Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Legal Origins, Investor Protection, and Canada by Poonam Puri

Three issues are examined in this paper: first, how and why Canada fared relatively well in the recent financial crisis; second, why Canada has not yet created a national securities regulator; and third, how Quebec, a civil law jurisdiction, operates within an overarching common law framework, and the implications of this cross-fertilization of systems. These three issues are explored by examining the development of various investor protection laws and structures over time in Canada , and also by providing context to explain why certain rules and structures have been adapted and others, while economically efficient, may have been rejected. Download here

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